Drew Pritchard Biography
Drew Pritchard born Andrew Thomas Pritchard, is a Welsh architectural antique dealer from the United Kingdom and the star of Quest TV’s antique show, ‘Salvage Hunters’. He is a skilled stained glass restorer and designer, a passion and career he had been pursuing before becoming a sole antique dealer in 1993. He is the host of the show Salvage Hunters on Quest TV, a show that is watched widely around the world in over 32 countries. As an actor, Drew is well known for Salvage Hunters: Classic Cars, a program that ran in 2018, and Salvage Hunters (2011).
He is an antiques expert, with an outstanding vision for spotting a diamond amongst the rough. Pritchard is also skilled in restoration and antiques dealing, mostly being dubbed, ‘The Real Lovejoy.’
Drew has had a passion for cars and motorbikes for as long as he can remember. He was brought up in a family where it was normal to have a Manx Norton with its wheels off on the kitchen table. Drew was taken to school in an XK120 with the exhaust held on with baling twine.
He owned his first car at 15 and has been buying and selling cars, motorbikes, and automobiles ever since. An antique dealer and restorer for the last 29 years, his fascination hasn’t diminished and he uses his eye to simply buy the cars he wants to drive.
Besides buying and selling cars and antiques, Drew also contests his 1958 Beetle in the HRDC Series and has had the car appear extensively in Octane Magazine. He is currently working on his ’52 Sunroof Volkswagen Beetle, his ’67 911 Porsche and a brace of Vespas.
Pritchard has been buying and selling cars with Clive as both a hobby and business since 1987. Moreover, they own over a hundred Air-Cooled Volkswagen and Porsches. When Drew decided to create DP Classics, Clive’s knowledge and meticulous nature made him the obvious choice to man the business with.
Drew is a trained stained glass restorer and designer a field he has held since 1993. Since then, he has been buying antiques that he likes with his main focus on redesigning with utmost originality.
Drew Pritchard Age
How old is Drew Pritchard? Mr. Pritchard is 51 years old as of June 2021. He was born on June 24, 1970, in Conwy, Clwyd, Wales. In addition, Drew celebrates his birthday on June 24th every year.
Drew Pritchard Wife | Marriage
Mr. Prichard was married to his co-star on ‘Salvage Hunters’, Rebecca Pritchard. However, the couple ended in divorce in 2017.
Rebecca Jane Pritchard is the first wife to Drew Pritchard and was born in February 1958 where she currently resides in London. Up to date, Drew doesn’t have a new wife and there are no rumors of him dating.
Despite their separation through a divorce, they are together in their profession. This is well testified by his viewers of Salvage Hunters where they have partnered. The duo is also said to have kids together. We will soon update the names of their children. Thank you for always trusting oneworldinformation.com.
Drew Pritchard Divorce
As per some wiki sites, his extramarital affair is said to be the reason behind their divorce. He is rumored to have an affair with a married woman and with her husband, Janus Thomas.
This made Drew banned from the town’s pub and was also fined £1,440. As per some reports, he is banned from 44 pubs of his hometown including Club 147 141, Fountains Bar Café 114, the Prince Madoc 30, The Gresham 143, The Gresham 143 and much more.
Drew Pritchard Family
Drew was born and raised in a Welsh family in the social status of the working class. His father was a car and motorcycle fan, a factor that was evident as there was a repair kit on their kitchen table ever. Drew has several children who help him in running his business.
Drew Pritchard Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of 8 million USD. This revenue comes from his career, business ad shops.
Drew Pritchard House
After 20 years of living in his restored Methodist chapel in the Conwy Valley, Wales, he put his beloved family home on sale.
The five-bedroom, three-bathroom property includes a number of unique features to mention but a few, an ornate toilet previously owned by Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger.
He places it at a cost of £795,000. He bought the chapel when it was derelict and had no electricity, drains and needed a new roof.
The house sits on three stables, 13 acres of land, and a holiday cottage. In its enclosure, a large pond, currently home to Moorhens and some Canadian Geese is also built.
Drew’s website: https://www.drewpritchard.co.uk/